‘Moments of excruciating pain led her to a lifetime of happiness.’
Melissa Dohme almost died three years ago after being stabbed 32 times in the face and neck by her ex-boyfriend. The domestic violence survivor, only 20 years old then, spent the next three weeks in the hospital, flat-lining four times–fighting for her life. Much to everyone’s amazement, she made it alive. Melissa even left rehab walking on her own, traveled and went back to school, stronger more than ever.
Melissa in cowboy boots and Cameron in blue jacket as the latter asked ‘Will you marry me?’ during the Tampa Bay Rays’ game.
Three years later, she is about to get married to her boyfriend Cameron Hill, the first responder who helped save her life. After her recovery, she devoted her time to be a domestic violence advocate and was recently invited to throw the first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays’ game. Little did she know, Cameron was going to propose to her. When she stepped to the plate, preparing to throw, Cameron ran towards her and gave her the ball with these four words written on it, ‘Will you marry me?’ He then knelt down with a little box and a ring inside.
Both surprised and happy, Melissa said yes, kissed her ‘soon to be husband’ and was still able to throw the first pitch successfully.
Melissa said yes to boyfriend Cameron, the EMT who helped saved her life years ago.
Recalling the incident, Cameron said,
It was so bad. You couldn’t tell she was blond,” Hill told the Tampa Bay Times. For some reason, I didn’t think it would be the last time I was going to see her.
True enough, they saw each other again when Melissa spoke at a church and they began dating soon after.
If you believe there’s good in the world then you’ll find it, Dohme said. I believe he’s the answer to my prayers that I’ve prayed all the time.
All I Need to Know About Love, I Learned From This 12-Ingredient Recipe.
Committing to a relationship and actually picking out the bigger slice of the cake of love puts love in a totally different tune. Thanks to the love gurus, here is a quick recipe for one’s delight.
Finding love is easy. Keeping it is the tricky part. Out of 7.3 billion people, who would ever believe of the 50-50 rare chance of meeting THE one for you? Who knows, she may be sitting right next to you at this very moment? Or maybe, it's the guy with the glasses who always ride the same bus every morning? Perhaps the pretty lass who never fails to smile right back to you every time your eyes meet? No matter who, what, when, where, why and how, cupid is always up on his toes. All we need to do is to grab it. However, although many seem to think that finding love is as easy as one, two, three, many disregard the next big question—what happens next after finding THE ONE?
Many call it the compatibility test, some call it destiny. Nevertheless, you label the kind of relationship you have with your significant other, committing to a relationship and actually picking out the bigger slice of the cake of love puts love in a totally different tune. Thanks to the love gurus, here is a quick recipe that will surely be of everyone’s delight.
¾ cup of honesty
Breast Cancer Survivors Cover Their Scars With Beautiful Skin Art
Artistic tattoos help breast cancer survivors fight the negative psychological and emotional effects of surgery.
Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer that affects women worldwide. In 2012, there were approximately 1.7 million newly diagnosed cases of breast cancer. The World Health Organization estimated that 521,000 people succumbed to this fatal disease that same year.
Various treatment options are offered to women who have breast cancer. Chemotherapy and/ or surgeries may be advised depending on the size of the tumor and the extent of the disease. For patients who require surgery, the surgeon may perform a lumpectomy wherein only the tumor inside the breast is excised, or a total mastectomy to remove the entire breast. These procedures may help save lives, but many women experience negative psychological and emotional effects post-surgery including depression, shame, and anxiety.
In the past, reconstructive surgery of the breast was considered an act of vanity; however, the society's view regarding this matter has changed and many women opt to undergo breast reconstruction following mastectomies....
This Young Man Traveled from Africa to Boston to Help a Severely Burnt Child.
They are not related, but he put his own life on hold to help this badly burnt young boy.
"I don't understand why people are calling me, but I really want to help."
- Alex Gitungano
- Alex Gitungano
We hear of stories where strangers do simple, random acts of kindness to help those in need every day. But for someone to put his/her life on hold and travel to a great, foreign country just to care for someone he/she hardly even knows is something far more extraordinary. It takes more than just a kind heart, but a pure, selfless, loving soul....
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